Pryce Jamison

Articles by Pryce Jamison

Dr. Angela Campbell speaking at an event in Grace Hall

The role of DEI at Cabrini continues to grow

Dr. Angela Campbell is clear about the work of her office. “Mission and DEIB are inseparable — you can’t have a mission and not… Read More

Dr. Cornel West visits Cabrini at the Shirley Dixon Urban Education Symposium

When fans approach historian, educator, author and political activist, Dr. Cornel West, he makes one point very clear when they praise his “brand.” “People… Read More

Cabrini’s return to large sporting events with new appreciation

During the last two years, sporting venues that were once packed with fans, turned into ghost towns. The entire sporting world felt this setback… Read More

Choosing a major, adding another or considering graduate school? How to weigh options in college

To many, college is the ultimate decision-making time. At times, students need to be reminded of the number of choices they have that revolve… Read More

The Cabrini Dance Team takes center stage at 76ers game; big things awaits

The arena darkened, and the 76ers cleared the court. When screeching of sneakers stopped and the lights dimmed, a spotlight drew the fans’ attention… Read More

Examining how black trauma has been made profitable in American entertainment

Does everyone have a different definition of what black culture is?  What is truly the image of black innovation that has been portrayed in… Read More

How ‘outdated’ schools need to change to keep pace with the workplace

The public education system has been in place for centuries with little to no change to its format, testing requirements or curriculum. Meanwhile, the… Read More

Darryl Mace PH.D., long-time history/political science professor and department chair, departs from Cabrini

The exodus of Cabrini faculty continues, this time affecting the history and political science departments.  Cabrini University President, Donald Taylor, announced Dec. 1, Dr.… Read More

Men’s soccer wins it all in the AEC

Cabrini has gone four-for-four in the Atlantic East Conference championship wins on Saturday; men’s soccer had a presence in this feat that also presented… Read More

Remember when Ida flooded the Philadelphia area and Cabrini, is climate change the culprit?

It’s no secret how Ida made its presence felt as it swept through a number of states and left some unprecedented damage, especially in… Read More
Dr. Angela Campbell speaking at an event in Grace Hall

The role of DEI at Cabrini continues to grow

Dr. Angela Campbell is clear about the work of her office. “Mission and DEIB are inseparable — you can’t have a mission and not… Read More

Dr. Cornel West visits Cabrini at the Shirley Dixon Urban Education Symposium

When fans approach historian, educator, author and political activist, Dr. Cornel West, he makes one point very clear when they praise his “brand.” “People… Read More

Cabrini’s return to large sporting events with new appreciation

During the last two years, sporting venues that were once packed with fans, turned into ghost towns. The entire sporting world felt this setback… Read More

Choosing a major, adding another or considering graduate school? How to weigh options in college

To many, college is the ultimate decision-making time. At times, students need to be reminded of the number of choices they have that revolve… Read More

The Cabrini Dance Team takes center stage at 76ers game; big things awaits

The arena darkened, and the 76ers cleared the court. When screeching of sneakers stopped and the lights dimmed, a spotlight drew the fans’ attention… Read More

Examining how black trauma has been made profitable in American entertainment

Does everyone have a different definition of what black culture is?  What is truly the image of black innovation that has been portrayed in… Read More

How ‘outdated’ schools need to change to keep pace with the workplace

The public education system has been in place for centuries with little to no change to its format, testing requirements or curriculum. Meanwhile, the… Read More

Darryl Mace PH.D., long-time history/political science professor and department chair, departs from Cabrini

The exodus of Cabrini faculty continues, this time affecting the history and political science departments.  Cabrini University President, Donald Taylor, announced Dec. 1, Dr.… Read More

Men’s soccer wins it all in the AEC

Cabrini has gone four-for-four in the Atlantic East Conference championship wins on Saturday; men’s soccer had a presence in this feat that also presented… Read More

Remember when Ida flooded the Philadelphia area and Cabrini, is climate change the culprit?

It’s no secret how Ida made its presence felt as it swept through a number of states and left some unprecedented damage, especially in… Read More